Sunday, September 22, 2013

Azhaar Ezzain

Azhaar is one of the most beautiful mares at Ezzain.  Through her progeny, she has established a strong family of horses, to become one of the most important broodmare in the Ezzain breeding program. She is Abayyah by strain.  Azhaar is powerfully built, with a harmonious balance of substance and elegance and a textbook example of the classic Arabian mare, a living standard of femininity and grace. Azhaar’s sire is Ansata AlMurtajiz, a son of Ansata Hejazi, out of Ansata Samsara, a pedigree which is concentrated in the blood of *Ansata Ibn Halima, Bukra, and Moniet el  Nefous.  Zahra, Azhaar’s dam, is by KP Nameed and out of Assal, genetically complementing Ansata AlMurtajiz, as she too, carries lines to Moniet el Nefous through*Tuhotmos, the sire of Nana, who produced Nameeza, the dam of KP Nameed, also through Shaarawi, the sire of Adeeb and finally through Ameer, the sire of Ibn Nazeema, who brings in an additional line to Alaa El Din (complementing the line of Hanan, who produced Ameera). Additional sources of outcross blood come through Messaouda, the dam of Motassem, who was sired by the horse who revolutionized the Marbach breeding program, Gharib. *Ansata Ibn Halima is common ground on both sides of the pedigree, as his son,  Ansata Halim Shah appears twice, as the sire of Motassem and the sire of Ansata Hejazi. Also, the Nazeer sons, Hadban Enzahi and Ghazal are present in Madkour I, with an interesting twist, which further complements Azhaar's pedigree. Hadban Enzahi sired the stallion Madkour I (the sire of Ameera), while Ghazal sired Madkour's dam, Moheba II, out of Malacha, who traces to the dam of *Ansata Ibn Halima, through the Sid Abouhom daughter, Moheba.

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